Daily Republic Sports
Mike Miller and Chad Greenway will return in June to Sioux Falls for the Hy-Vee Sanford Legends event. The two Mitchell-area sports celebrities will be joined by retired NHL center Neal Broten, retired Minnesota Twins first baseman Kent Hrbek and catcher Tim Laudner, retired Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin and retired NBA forward/center Ralph Sampson. The celebrities will participate in the Legends banquet on June 11 and free clinics in the days following, with a hockey clinic being added this year.
The South Dakota Amateur Softball Association welcomed Wednesday two new men's slowpitch area commissioners. Duane Meyer is the new commissioner for the Watertown area, while Brady Bear Stops is the commissioner for the Pierre area. They took the places of Neal Vig and Jeff Hanig.
Registration is open for the 30th annual Poorman's Fishing Tournament starting at 7 a.m. on June 7 at Lake Mitchell. There is a $40 entry fee per two-man team, and the tournament is limited to the first 40 teams to sign up. Off shore or boat fishing is allowed.
Wagner Red Raider Invitational Results Tuesday in Wagner Girls team results 1. MVP 165; 2. Bon Homme 87; 3. AC/DC 84; 4. Ethan/Parkston 75; 5. Wagner 46; 6. Platte-Geddes 42; 7. Burke/South Central 38; 8. Avon 27; 9. TDA 13; 10. Corsica/Stickney 11; 11. Colome 1 Girls individual results Event, place, name, school, score Long Jump: 1. L Hansum, AC/DC, 15'10.5; 2. B Deurmier, AC/DC, 15'8; 3. I Haines, MVP, 15'7.5; Discus: 1. J Patterson, Wagner, 119'4.5; 2. H Hallock, PG, 110'11.5; 3. E Mitzel, BH, 104'4; Pole Vault: 1. M McAllister, BH, 9'3; 2. M Merkwan, BH, 8'6; 3.
• Dakota Wesleyan University baseball at Mayville State University, 1 p.m. in Mayville, N.D. • Dakota Wesleyan University softball at Morningside College, 3 p.m. in Sioux City, Iowa. • Area...
BRANDON—Kyle Weier had a birthday to remember. The Mitchell High School senior thrower set personal bests in the shot put and discus at the Brandon Valley Triangular on Tuesday in Brandon Valley. Weier won the discus with a throw of 127 feet, 8 inches. His stats for shot put were not available. "It was exciting for him," Mitchell track and field head coach Geoff Gross said.
CENTERVILLE—Several Scotland athletes had strong performances at the Centerville Rodeo Relay on Tuesday in Centerville. Shaye Bloch won the high jump with a jump of 6-feet, while Blake Konstanz won the pole vault with a vault of 12-feet, 6-inches. Dan Stibral won the shot put with a throw of 52-3.25 and the discus with a throw of 152-1 Scotland also won the boys medley relay with time of 3 minutes and 58.46 seconds. Jackson Diede of Menno won the boys long jump with a jump of 18-9. Scotland finished third on the boys side with 80 points.
YANKTON—The Mitchell High School girls golf team took second place at the Yankton Triangular on Tuesday in Yankton. Mitchell cared a team score of 418, while Yankton won the event with a score of 356. Sioux Falls Lincoln finished in third place with a score of 455. "The girls fought real brutal conditions," Mitchell head coach Mark Horan said. "We fought the wind all day, and the greens were really fast.
Singles play propelled the Mitchell High School tennis team to victory against Sioux Falls O'Gorman on Tuesday at Hitchcock Park in Mitchell. The Kernels swept the Knights 6-0 in singles matches, and took two out of three matches in doubles to claim a 8-1 victory. "Obviously we only dropped two sets to them in singles, so it was a good day," Mitchell head coach Pat Moller said. "We just played well and played within ourselves. It was a good day and we took care of business." Mitchell No.
JAMESTOWN, N.D.—The Dakota Wesleyan University baseball team dropped two games to the University of Jamestown on Tuesday in Jamestown, N.D. The Jimmies won the non-conference doubleheader 10-2 in game one and 14-3 in game two. Jamestown scored three runs in the fifth inning and three runs in the sixth to take a 10-2 lead. DWU recorded four hits in the first game, with senior Joey Kinley recording two to lead the Tigers. In the second game, Jamestown scored 11 runs in the first inning, while DWU committed four errors.